Recently purchased an 1890 Queen Anne house in a medium-small town in Indiana. A photo from the 1920's shows it painted in two light colors. However, it has five different textures -- plain clapboards, scalloped clapboards, beadboard, and two kinds of shingles -- and some web pages say each should be painted a different color. Right now it has a 1970's blue and red Tea-House Victorian, which I want to avoid. What is the authentic way of treating this variegated siding?